#### Synopsis

This course introduces basic electrical engineering principles and technology to students outside the electronics and communication curriculum.

#### Announcements

- Information regarding final exam
- Check this course website regularly.
- Date: 15 Oct 2013

- TIME: 09:00 - 12:00

- ROOMs: RS 413, 414, 416
- You will need a
**calculator**. Make sure that you can work quickly with calculation involving complex numbers. - 9 Pages: 1 cover page + 7 worksheet pages + 1 blank page
- 9 Questions: 20+33+7+3+4+12+15+3+1
- Closed book. Closed notes.
- One
**A4 sheet**allowed.- Must be hand-written. No small pieces of paper notes glued/attached on top of it.
- Indicate your name and ID on the upper right corner of the sheet
- Submit your formula sheet with your final exam.

- Cover all the materials that we discussed in class upto lecture notes 3A.
- Approximate Material Distribution (score-wise; rounded to nearest multiples of 5):
- Chapter 6: 10%
- Chapter 7-9: 60%
- Chapter 10: 30%

- These notes are provided for your studying pleasure....
- All post-midterm annotated notes
- All post-midterm HWs and solutions (Note that only a part of one question is graded. So, check the solution even when you get a 5.)
- Solutions for Quiz 2-6
- Extra practice questions (Most of these were discussed in the tutorial sessions.)

- Approximate Material Distribution (score-wise; rounded to nearest multiples of 5):
- Tips
- The answer(s) from earlier part(s) of a question may be useful for subsequent part(s) or question(s). You may refer to your own answer(s) from earlier part(s).

- Information regarding midterm exam
- Check this course website regularly.
- Date: 6 Aug 2013

- TIME: 09:00 - 12:00

- ROOMs: RS 410, 411, 412
- 9 pages + 1 cover page
- 9 Questions
- Closed book. Closed notes. No cheat/study sheet.
- Basic calculators (fx-991) are permitted, but borrowing is not allowed. You will need it for solving simultaneous equations.

- Cover all the materials that we discussed in class and practice in the HWs.
- Approximate Material Distribution (score-wise; rounded to nearest multiples of 5):
- Chapter 1: 5%
- Chapter 2: 25%
- Chapter 3: 10%
- Chapter 4: 40%
- Chapter 5: 15%

- These notes are provided for your studying pleasure....
- All HWs and solutions (Note that only a part of one question is graded. So, check the solution even when you get a 5.)
- Solutions for Quiz 1
- Extra practice questions (Most of these were discussed in the tutorial sessions.)
- Review sheets (Updated @ 9PM on July 24)

- Approximate Material Distribution (score-wise; rounded to nearest multiples of 5):
- Tutorial Session (RS3203 16:30-17:30) on
**July 24th**is replaced by a**Q&A session**for the exam. Dr.Prapun will hold the session himself. - All pre-midterm announcements
- This site can be accessed via ecs203.prapun.com.
**A crude RSS feed is provided. You may find it useful for following class updates.**- Welcome to ECS203! Feel free to look around this site.

#### General Information

**Instructor**: Asst. Prof. Dr.Prapun Suksompong (prapun@siit.tu.ac.th)- Course Syllabus [Posted @ 10 AM on June 3]
**Office Hour:**- Rangsit Library: Tuesday 16:20-17:20
- BKD3601-7: Thursday 16:00-17:00

**Please feel free to ask any question or express any concern after class.**- Required Textbook: C.K. Alexander and M.N.O. Sadiku, Fundamentals of Electric Circuits, 5th ed., McGraw-Hill, International Edition, 2013. (TK454 A452 2013)
- References
- J. D. Irwin, Basic Engineering Circuit Analysis, John Wiley & Sons, 2002 (TK454 I78 2002).
- A. Agarwal and J. Lang, Foundations of Analog and Digital Electronic Circuits, Morgan Kaufmann, 2005
- J. O'Malley, Schaum's Outline of Theory and Problems of Basic Circuit Analysis, 2nd Edition, 1992 (TK454 O46 1992).

#### Handouts and Course Material

- Slides: Introduction to ECS 203 [Posted @ 7PM on June 11]

- Lecture Notes: Part 1A [Draft
Posted @ 3PM on June 5]
- Annotated version [Posted @ 7PM on June 11; Updated @ 8PM on June 18 and @3PM on June 25]
- Extra notes on the generalized formula for resistor combination, voltage divider, and current divider. [Posted @ 8:30PM on July 9]

- Lecture Notes: Part 1B [Posted @ 9PM on June 16]
- Annotated version [Posted
@3PM on June 25; Updated @ 5PM on July 2]

- Lecture Notes: Part 1C [Posted @ 9PM on June 24]
- Annotated version [Posted @ 5PM on July 2]
- Lecture Notes: Part 1D [Posted @ 11:30PM on June 29]
- Annotated version [Posted @ 5PM on July 2; Updated @ 8:30PM on July 9]
- Lecture Notes: Part 1E [Posted @
9AM on July 8]
- Annotated version [Posted @ 8:30PM on July 9; Updated @ 9PM on July 16]

- Lecture Notes: Part 2A [Posted @ 6PM on July 15]
- Annotated version[Posted @ 9:30PM on August 13; Updated @ 9:30PM on August 20]
- Quiz 2 Solution [Posted @ 9:30PM on August 20]

- Lecture Notes: Part 2B [Posted @ 10AM on August 19]
- Annotated version[Posted @ 9:30PM on August 20; Updated @ 8:30PM on Aug 27 and @ 8:30PM on Sep 3]
- Quiz 3 Solution [Posted @ 9:30PM on Sep 15]

- Lecture Notes: Part 2C [Posted @9AM on September 2]
- Annotated version [Posted @ 8:30PM on Sep 3; Updated @ 11PM on Sep 10]
- Extra "review" material on power and energy [Posted @ 11PM on Sep 10]
- Quiz 4 Solution [Posted @ 9:30PM on Sep 15]

- Lecture Notes: Part 3A [Posted @2PM on Sep 8]
- Annotated version [Posted @ 10:00PM on Sep 17; Updated at 9PM on Sep 24 and @ 9AM on Oct 2]
- Quiz 5 Solution
- Quiz 6 Solution

- Lecture Notes: Part 3B [Posted @11AM on Sep 23]
- Annotated version [Posted @ 9AM on Oct 2]

#### Problem Set

Note that, for each HW, only a part of ONE question will be graded. Of course, you do not know which one will be selected; so you should work on all of them.

Due Date | Remarks/Solutions | |

HW1 (new version) HW1 (old version) |
8:59AM, June 18 |
If you have already downloaded the old version of the HW; only Q1 from the old version is on the new version along with three new questions. The rest of the questions on the old version are moved to HW2; so if you have already started working on them, your time are not wasted. |

HW2 | 8:59AM, June 25 | Solutions |

HW3 | 8:59AM, July 2 | Soluions |

HW4 | 8:59AM, July 9 |
Solutions |

HW5 | 8:59AM, July 16 |
Solutions |

HW6 | Not Due | Solutions |

Self-Evaluation | 8:59AM, August 13 | |

HW7 | 8:59AM, August 20 | Solutions |

HW8 | 8:59AM, August 27 | Solutions |

HW9 | 8:59AM, Sep 3 | Solutions |

HW10 | 8:59AM, Sep 10 | Solutions |

HW11 | 8:59AM, Sep 17 | Solutions |

HW12 | 8:59AM, Sep 24 | Solutions |

HW13 | 8:59AM, Oct 1 | Solutions |

HW14 | Not Due (Free) | Solutions |

Self-Evaluation | 6PM, Oct 15 |

#### Calendar

#### Reading Assignment

- Chapter 1: 1.1-1.6

- Chapter 2: 2.1-2.6

- Chapter 3: 3.1-3.5, 3.7

- Chapter 4
- Chapter 5: 5.1-5.8
- Chapter 6 (Capacitors and Inductors): 6.1-6.5
- Chapter 9 (Sinusoids and Phasors): 9.1-9.7
- Chapter 10 (Sinusoidal Steady-State Analysis): 10.1-10.7
- Chapter 11 (AC Power Analysis): 11.1-11.6
- Chapter 7 (RC and RL Circuits): 7.1-7.3, 7.5, 7.6
- Chapter 8 (Second-Order Circuits)

#### Misc. Links

- The Manga Guide to Electricity (excerpt)
- Video: Collin Cunningham explains Ohm's Law
- Video: The Capacitor
- Video: How inductors work
- Electrical systems in use
in most countries of the world
- Thailand: 220V 50 Hz

- Sinusoid: Phase and Time shifting a Cosine and a Sine+ Sine Function
- Giz Explains: How Electrocution Really Kills You
- Using Wolfram|Alpha to solve DE
- Computer Control of AC Devices